The prime factorization calculator below will help you find the prime factorization of any number.
Just enter a composite number into the box and click on the button that says calculate.
Tips:
Enter only 1 number
This calculator is provided so you can check your answer after you have
tried really hard to do it yourself. Again, I recommend that you try to
do it first yourself.
For big numbers, it is probably wise to just use the calculator since it will take you a long time to figure it out.
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